SUNSET ON A BOAT • Avet Stepanian

Avet Stepanian is an Armenian designer and he has worked with polymer clay for the last seven years. His jewelry ideas are mostly inspired by Armenian nature and culture and he includes old Armenian ornaments and shapes into his designs resulting in exclusive jewelry and bags.

“Art is my very important way of self-manifestation that helps me pay more attention to all the beauty that's around us and appreciate it. Especially working with polymer clay gives me a wide space of opportunities for implementation of my crazy mind,” shares with us Avet and we are happy to let you follow one of his tutorials that will teach you how to create a design and then shave the top layers of the clay which reveals the design underneath.


Polymer clay Blades straight and wavy

Roller or machine

Baking paper

Round cutter ⌀ 3 mm

Square cutter 45 x 45 mm


Liquid clay

Brooch pin

Pendant components


Condition dark blue, purple and orange clay and run it through the machine on the thin setting. Cut them diagonally and place them next to each other as shown on the picture.


Fold it in half and run it through the machine on the middle setting until you have a skinner blend effect.


This particular blended sheet is going to be used for the background sunset.